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Dr. Sarika S Tendulkar - Gynecology in Mumbai

Dr. Sarika S Tendulkar

MBBS, DNB - Obstetrics & Gynecology

GynecologyGynecology
  • Mumbai, Maharashtra

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Clinic Locations

Tendulkar Medicare

Ground floor, Yogi Guru Kripa Society, Yogi Nagar, Borivali West, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India,

Services

  • Abortion / Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP)
  • Laparoscopic Gynaecology
  • Fertility Conserving Procedures
  • Complicated Pregnancy Treatment
  • Gynaec Laparoscopy

Specialization

  • Gynecologist

Education

  • King Edward Memorial Hospital and Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College - 2003 Graduated
    MBBS
  • National Board of Examination, India - 2012 Graduated
    DNB - Obstetrics & Gynecology

Health Articles

What Happens to Your Vagina After Normal Childbirth?

Many women choose the vaginal or normal methods of childbirth other than all other techniques of childbirth. Most health care experts advise choosing vaginal childbirth over the other methods of childbirth. This is mostly because vaginal childbirth is still considered by most physicians as one of the safest methods of childbirth and it does not have any side effects during or after birth, as it is found in those childbirths that are either C- section or are done with medical assistance. But the new mother needs to know what will happen to her vagina and the organs and spaces surrounding it after having normal childbirth.

Vaginal Birth After C Section: Benefits And Risks

Today, more women than ever before are having cesarean deliveries, sometimes or more often known as C-sections, which is a medical operation that involves making an incision in the belly and uterus to deliver a baby. If you have previously had a cesarean delivery (C-section), it does not totally guarantee you will have to do it again; instead, you must determine whether to give birth vaginally or not. Many women who have previously had a C-section can surely have vaginal births or deliveries. They can have a vaginal birth after cesarean, known as planned Vaginal Birth After Caesarean (VBAC), or just opt for another c-section itself, known as Elective Repeat Caesarean Section (ERCS). There has not been a lot of data on the health risks and results related to VBAC to ERCS until recently.

Infertility: Everything You Need To Know About

According to WHO “Infertility is a disease of the male or female reproductive system defined by the failure to achieve a pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse.” Infertility does not mean being able to produce ever, it can be treated and cured. This disease is not confined to any gender, it is found in both males and females.

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